noun, plural sídhe [shee] /ʃi/. Irish Folklore.
Origin of sídh
Examples from the Web for shee
Historical Examples of shee
Shee was according to the Law both of God and man, put to death.Sunday under Three Heads
Chan Tow say: 'My de-ah sir, I am exceediny denight to shee you.
Wonderful what a crowd there is, to shee that poor man led to his death!The Little Clay Cart
(Attributed To) King Shudraka
The Italian affirmative si is sufficiently near the Chinese shee, or zee, expressing assent.
Shee further saith that she saw a cat with Good, at another time.The Devil in Britain and America